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Law and order

February 2003 - Law and orderThe infamous Lora Nauder has been an issue in most State and Federal Campaigns for more than a decade, and is sure to feature in the NSW state election. We've decided to take a closer look. Is Australia becoming more lawless? How do we compare internationally? How effectively are we dealing with crime? What are the alternatives?

The Liberal/National Coalition's vision for a safe and secure NSW
by Andrew Tink - 28/02/2003
Homicide in the media: what you're afraid of is not what's really going on
by Keith Soothill - 19/02/2003
Our prisons are boiling pots for angry people and universities of crime
by Bernie Matthews - 17/02/2003 - 1 comment
The proposals from both sides of NSW politics will make juvenile crime worse
by Jane Sanders - 11/02/2003 - 1 comment
Marc Renton - another DNA mistake? Qld government must reopen the case
by Bernie Matthews - 5/02/2003 - 2 comments
Despite DNA testing, injustices will continue without proper investigation
by Paul Wilson - 5/02/2003 - 1 comment
Megan's laws and re-trials don't help: the Judges' decision should be final
by Robyn Lincoln - 3/02/2003
Find 'em, catch em', put 'em in prison: how to reduce the crime rate
by Peter Saunders and Nicole Billante - 3/02/2003
The current state of law and order in Australia: not as simple as it seems
by Adam Graycar - 3/02/2003

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